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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952

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Vote Slated Funds fo
For School
Building Plan
5
Ann Arbor School District voters
will have an opportunity to cast
their ballot in a special election to £
determine whether or not a $7,-
650,000 school building program
should begin in the city, the Board
of Education announced at its
meeting Wednesday.
The election is tentatively sche-
duled for Feb. 16.
The plan as presented by the
Board calls for the building of a
high school, an addition to Slau-
son Junior High School, a north-
west elementary school and an
addition to the Northside elemen-
tary school.
IF THE PLAN is approved by
voters the program is scheduled,
to begin in 1953 and to be com-
pleted in 1955.
An estimated $5,500,000 of the"
proposed program is earmarked
for the new high school and the GIFT FROM HONORARY-Bill
Slauson and northwest schools ball team, presents a fifty dollar
would probably receive an allo- honorary to Dean of Men Walter
cation of $700,000 each. A four over to the local Dunbar Civic
to six-room addition to North-
side is estimated at a cost of
$120,000.
The proposal is the product of
more than two years of study by To
the Board and a committee of ci- M ene
tizens.
Howard To Run Committees
For Council Post Twenty-one men have been ap-
pointed to Interfraternity Council
Russell H. Howard yesterday committee, posts, the IFC an-
announced his candidacy for re- nounced yesterday.
presentative from the Fourth John Baity, '55, of Phi Gamma
Ward to the City Council on the Delta, will head the scholarship
Republican ticket. committee while Ken Cutler, '54
Howard, a vice-chairman of the BAd, of Delta Tau.Delta, will take
City Republican Committee, will charge of the coordinating com-
seek the seat being vacated by mittee.
Democrat Cornelius J. Ulberg. New assistant chairmen in-
clude Monte Marshall, '54, pub-
lic relations; Jim Walters, "55E,
a scholarship; Bob Dombrowski,
social; and Art Wynne, '55, rush-
NOW SHOWING ing.
The fifteen chosen to serve on
committees are Woody Denton,
LeOi'54; Jay Martin, '55; Lee Abrams,
T Onl Motin '55; John Nichols, '55; Al Fey, '55
E; Jerry Gordon, '56; Grant Har-
ris, '55A; Fred Hertel, '56; Steve
Shawaker, '55; Bob Jewett, '55;
U Lee Allgood, '55E; Lance Minor,
SIs in!. 55; Bob Philpott, '54A; Fred
b Shure, '55E; and Dave Smerling.
The first of the new fraternity
NOT A house presidents have also been
elected. Dick Manchee, '54E, has
WO R D IS been chosen president of Kappa
S PO KEN I Sigma; Ken Cutler, '54BAd, is the
new Delta Tau Delta head; and
Dick Young, '53, has been elected
president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
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Today and Saturday
She Knew What She Had to Do!
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Extra! O .
MARINE ADVENTURE ! Da ck GldrbiROBRaruOPtuce: :
"CRUISE OF THE ZACA" Jack Gloria Bruce
WITH ERROL FLYNN PALANCE-_GRAHAME-BENNETT
---* ---""-PLUS
WALT DISNEY'S 'GOOFY'
"HOW TO BE A DETECTIVE"
TECHNICOLOR CARTOON!
NEWS OF THE WORLD"
Sunday HARVEY LEMBECK-MARIBLNIARD N
"OPERATION SECRET" "MOUSIE COMES HOME"
Cartoon

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1954. Programs need not be limited to lowing positions: 1. Assistant Field Di-
work in colleges or universities, and rectors (male) to work in the field of
r en ermay involve foreign travel If the ap- social welfare services. One must be ac
guage competence. Each fellowship ap- with courses in the Social Sciences or
f' ~plication must be accompanied by a in Public or Business Administration.I
comprehensive statement of the ap- 2. Recreation Workers for Military Hos-
plicant's proposed plan of work and pitas (women). One must have a de-
study. This should include his purposes, gree with a major in Recreation Leader
the institutions or groups, if any, with ship or another degree if one has had a
which he hopes to be associated, his year of relative experienc. 3. Assistant
travel requirements, and the relation- Filed Directors (Social Workers) for Mil-
ship of this plan to his intended life itary Hospitals (women). Applicant must
work. In a limited number of excep- have had one full year completed grad-
. tional cases the Foundation will con- uate Social Work. 4. Secretaries or Ste-
sider proviling funds to enable the nographers for Overseas Hospitals,
immediate family of the applicant to Camps, and Administrative Offices
accompany him. (women) for which one must have a
Application forms may be obtained knowledge of typing and-shorthand.
from. The Ford Foundation Board on One may obtain application blanks,
Overseas Training and Research, 575 detailed information, and make ap-
Madison Avenue, New York 22, New pointments by contacting the Bureau
York. Applications must be completed of Appointments, 3528 Administration
.:: #r and returned by January 31, 1953. Building, Ext. 371.
Awards-will be announced on or about
April 15, 1953. E
Lectures
Late permission. Because of the Union University Lecture, auspices of the-
Christmas formal, all women students Department of Zooogy, "Time's Arrow
xw t«5 will have a 1:30 late permission on Sat.,
{ Dec. 13 and Man,. Dr. Harold F. Blum, Profes-
sor of Zoology, Princeton University,
Fri., Dec. 12, 4:15 p.m., Rackham Am-
SwK>Personnel Interviews. phitheater.
The Russell Kelly Office Service, of
Detroit, will have a representative
Shere on Tues.,Dec. 16, in the afternoon Academ ic Notices
- ~~~. to interview men and women inter- c a l l ie
">:ested in part-time Christmas office Psychology Colloquium will meet on
work. The positions would involve cler- Fri., Dec. 12, at 4:15 p.m. in Auditorium
ical work, typing, running office ma- D, Mason Hall. Dr. J. R. Wittenborn,
chines, and stenography. of Yale Child Study Center, will speak
The Reynolds Metals Company, of on "Predicting the Development of the
-Daily-Alan Reid Richmond, Va., will have representa- Adoptive Child." Refreshments at 3:45
Mogk, '53, captain of the base- tives on the campus on Mon., Dec. 15. in 3415 Mason Hall.
They are interested in seeing people
check in behalf of a senior men's for positions in sales. Doctoral Examination for B. David
B. Rea, who will turn the funds Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation Trease, Philosophy: thesis: "Jose Jo-
,enter. will be at the Bureau of Appointments aquin de Mora: A Spaniard Abroad,"
on.Tues., De. 6,urn heaaofteron totsSat., Dec. 13, East Council Room. Rack-
on Tues., Dec. 16, in the afternoon to hmBidna ~. himn .
interview men interested in Marketing, ham Building, at 2 p.m., Chairman, E.
Accounting, Statistics, Industrial Man- Anderson-Imbert.
agement, and Industrial Relations. Doctoral Examination for George Bly-
The J. L. Hudson Company, of De- den Jackson, English Language and
troit, will interview both men and wom- Literature; thesis: "Of Irony in Negro
en, February graduates, on Tues., Dec. Fiction: A Critical Study," Dec. 13,
16, who are interested in Merchandise West Council Room. Rackham Bldg.. at
Training, and also for openings in their 9:30 a.m. Chairman, A. L. Bader.
BULLETIN Financial Division. 9 a Ci , L d
Schuster's (Department Store) of Doctoral Examination, for Robert
Milwaukee, Wis., is coming on Wed., William MacDowell, Mathematics; The-
Dec. 17, to see men and women for sis: "On Spaces and Algebras of Con-
The Daily Official Bulletin is an their Junior Executive Training Pro- tinuous Functions." Sat., Dec. 13, at
official publication of the University The Wayne County Bureau of Social 10 a.m., East Council Room, Rackham
of Michigan for which the Michigan Aid will interview persons interested in Building. Chairman, S. B. Myers.
Daily assumes no editorial responsi- Social Work on Wed., Dec. 17. Contact Doctoral Examination for Kenneth
tive notice to all itembers of the the Bureau of Appointments for an Myron Yoss, Astronomy; Thesis: "Pho-
University. Notices should be sent in Christmas Interviews. toietri t and Spectrophotometric Tech-
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552 The niques for the Curtis Schmidt Teles-
Administration Building before 3 p~m.'tion of Chicago has contacted the Bu- cope," Sat., Dec. 13, at 2 p.m., 31 Ob-
theday precedig publication (before reau of Appointments, announcing that servatory. Chairman, F. D. Miller.
Sathey are holding a luncheon on Dec. 29 Doctoral Examination for Philip Ed-
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 195 for graduating students interested in mund Bocquet, Chemical Engineering;
VOL. LXIII, No. 66 YMCA work. Those interested in at- Thesis: "The Streaming Potential Con-
tndonghossdiblet. cept," Sat., Dec. 13, 4017 East Medical
as soon as possible. Building, at 9 a.m., Chairnian, C. M.
Notices Harris Trust and Savings Bank in Sliepcevich
Chicago will be happy to see men in-
T.I.A.A.-C.R.E.F. All applications for terested in this concern during the Astronomical Colloquium. Fri. Dec
participation in the College Retirement Christmas holidays. 12. 4:15 p.m., the Observatory. Speaker:-
Equity Fund must be returned to the For those men and women interested Dr. Lawrc e e Hbser, Sje :
Retirement RecordsOffice, 3511 Admin- in a retailing career the following stores DRecent esearces tr Sub eMt: S o
istration Building, by Dec. 17, 1952. are having "Open House" during Christ- and Palomar Observatories.
Faculty members who do not desire to mas: LaSalle and Koch Co., Toledo, ad lm Osvoe
participate are asked to return the Ohio; The Halle Brothers Co., Cleveland,
applications, indicating thereon that Ohio (for those interested there are ap- Concerts
they wish to have all of their premium plication blanks available); and Abra-
payments credited to T.I.A.A. ham and Strauss, of Brooklyn, N.Y. De- Opera Scenes by the Opera Workshop
tailed information may be obtained class will be presented at 8:30 Friday
The Naval Reserve Officer's Training at the Bureau of Appointments. evening, Dec. 12, in Auditorium A, An-
Corps Testing Program will be given on Personnel Requests. gel Hall, under the direction of Josef
Sat. Dec. 13. Candidates taking this ex- The Okonite Company, of Passaic, Blatt and Valentine Windt. Excerpts
amination are requested to report to N.J., has openings for Electrical En- from the operas Rigoletto, Fidelo, Car-
140 Business Administration Building gineers to design and manufacture elec- men, and Pagliacci will be sung by
by 8:45 a.m. trical power cables and work In asso- Robert Kerns, Douglas Stott, Joan St.
ciation with the Sales Office for their Denis, Miriam Broderick, Robert Mc-
application and installation. Grath, Mary Ann Tinkham, David Mur-
T Foren Study and esearch gants. Radcliffe College, in Cambridge, Mass., ray, Allegra Branson, Ruth Orr, Do-
he Fforg Foudan sffern ants is now receiving applicationsfor their (Continued on Page 4)
berof oregnstuy ad rserchgratsManagement Training Program. This
for 1953-54. These fellowships will be is a one-year course designed to pro-
available to younger American men and vide basic training for young women in
womuenstuywo r searchr tonbege rngcn-a the various fields of administration. A
tine NarEstuyor eserchdconerning Asianumber of Full-Tuition Fellowships are 1W O O
the Near East, or the Middle East. Ap- available and als uisievera e1Partia Fel-eto W
plicants must be U.S. citizens who arealablesandas. e til Fel-
35 or under, and who are: a) students lowhips and Loans. Detailed informa-
completing undergraduate studies this on may be obtained.
b) r prsos wo hve ad x- The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard,
year; c) or persons who Have had ex- Portsmouth, N.H., has openings for GRAND RAPIDS ARMORY
perience or are now engaged in busi- Electrical and Electronic Engineers for
ness, government, agriculture, labor re- their Design Division to work on sub- Grand Rapids, Mich.
lationseducation, engineering, com- marines under construction, overhaul,
munications, or law, regardless of repair, or conversion at the shipyard.
whether they have lived and worked Application blanks and further infor
in the areas; c) or men and women mation may be obtained at the Bureau FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26th
who arc doing graduate work relating ofaponment
to the specified areas or having specific of Appointments. 9 'til1
application to the stated areas. Research Laboratories, in Detroit, have
Awards will be made for periods of available positions for Electrical, Aero-
from one to three years, and in amounts nautical, and Mechanical Engineers, in
determined by individual circumstances. addition to Physicists and Mathema -___
Applicants may propose programs to be ticians.
carried out in the United States or The American National Red Cross is
abroad, starting prior to January 1, in need of individuals to fill the fol- The Deprtment of5
EXTRA PERFORMANCE "THE I
SUNDAY, December 14, 2:30 P.M. the funniest show in to

"The Clown Who Ran Away" Ton ite and Tomorr
ANN ARBOR CHILDREN'S THEATER Box Office Open1
Admission - $1
TICKETS for the performances on Sat., Dec. 1 3 and Sun.,
Dec. 14 now at the Arts Theater, Bob Marshall's Book Lydia Mendel
Store, Wahr's two book stores. *'_
Cfiten S L 4 Ph. 3-5651
NOW SHOWING - 3 NIGHTS
Continuous from 6:00 P.M. tonightg
Tonight and Saturday SUNDAY
The Magic h a Horse 6:00, 8:00, 10:00 g
Nanook of the North 7:00, 9:00 ONCE ONLY
Last complete show 9:00 P.M. at 8:00 P.M._
THE JOYOUS COLOR CARTOON FEATURE
THEMAIHOS
tro ihe primitive nature my)ths of ancient Rnssia.
DIALOGUE IN ENGLISH
"Thor oug~hlycharming . ,naginative . .. cheer fud"
A-The N. Y. Times
ALSO R'.fs
ROBERT FLAHERTY'S T

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MICHIGAN DAILY
Phone 23-24-1
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES
LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .60 1.34 1 96
3 .70 1.78 2.84
4 .90 2.24 3.92
Figure 5 average words to a line.
Classified deadline daily except
Saturday is 3 P.M., Saturdays,
11:30 A.M., for SundaySissue.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Monday, wool-lined pigskin
glove, between Follett's, chem. bldg.,
New Dorm. Ph. 3002 Alice Lloyd. )69L
LOST-Wallet in Michigan Union or
Michigan Theater. Money indwallet
unimportant. Must have cards and
papers. Reward offered. 3-8955. )68L
FOR SALE

ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR OVERNIGHT GUESrS-
Reserve rooms now at The Campus
Tourist Homes. 518 C. William inear
State). Phone 3-8454. )2R'
FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM-Newly decorated, Hol-
lywood bed, large desk and bookcase.
Linens furnished. 2-0218. )11F
SINGLE ROOM for a girl in private
home, location convenient to campus
and downtown Ann Arbor. Every-
thing furnished; laundry privileges
granted. 415 S. Fourth Ave. 135
NEAR CAMPUS-Small single room for
male student. $5.50 per week. 813 E.
Kingsley. )34R
ROOMS for couples, only 1 block from
campus. Very desireable clean rooms.
Reasonable rent. 116 Church, Mrs.
Smith, Mgr. Ph. 2-4744. )37R
TWO ROOMS for 2 or 3 men. Close to
Rackham, School of Music, Hospitals.
Phone 3-0746. )'36R
TRANSPORTATION
SERVICEMAN driving to Norfolk, Va.,
Sunday, Dec. 14, will accept passen-
gers for any intermediate point. Ph.
2-6654.
HELP WANTED
WAITER and pots and pans man. Board
fraternity house. Immediate employ-
ment. Call Sherb Brown, 3-4707. )58H
PART TIME STUDENT HELP Evenings
and weekends for after Christmas va-
cation. The Wolverine Den, 1311 S.
University. ) 59H
PERSONAL

PERSONAL
STUDENTS-Contemplating a European
trip. For information on S.I.T.A.'s
itinerary call their student represen-
tative. 2-3016.
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPEWRITERS! Portable and Standard
for rent. sale and service.
Morrill's
314 S State St., Phone 7177. 18B
RADIO SERVICE
Auto - Home - Portable
Phono & r v
Fast & Reasonable Service
ANN ARBOR RADIO & V v.
"Student Service'
1215 So. Uni., Ph. 7942
1;2 blocks east of East Eng. 1158
WASHING - Finished work, and hand
ironing. Ruff dry and wet washing.
Also ironing separately. Free pick-up
and delivery. Phone 2-9020. IB
CHRISTMAS shopping made easy. Call
6007 for gift subscriptions. We handle
special gift rates for all periodicals.
Student Periodical Agency.
GOOD Rental Typewriters available at
reasonable rates. Office Equipment
Company. 215 E. Liberty. Phone 2-1213.
)4B
MISCELLANEOUS
BEEN MEANING to find out about our
student faculty and regular specials,
haven't you? Well, if you are not do-
ing anything why not inquire now.
Student Periodical Agency, 6007. )17M
ARE YOU spending a lonesome holiday
in Ann Arbor? We want a couple to
keep house for our two well behaved
teenagers from Dec. 26 to Jan. 4. We
believe you'd have a happy time.
Everything provided, horses, car. 5
mi. out of Ann Arbor. References ex-
changed. Call 3-0994. )23H

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END TABLES, contemporary wrought
iron and walnut designers' models;
reasonable mahogany bowls and oil
painting. 9455, Mr. Hoffman. 32

21 x 3% PACEMAKER speed graphic,
fully equipped, like new. Phone Henry
Arnold 3-4141. )40L
PARAKEETS, babies and breeders, ca-
naries, singers, cages and supplies. 305
W. Hoover. Phone 2-2403. 185
HALL SEAT with storage compartment,
small drop leaf table, oak rocker.
562 S. Seventh. )118
ASSORTMENT of Xmas Trees $1.50
and up. Kates Place, Phone 8134.
Drive in, free parking, Pontiac Road
at the railroad tracks, one block west
of Broadway Signal Light. Open 9
a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays and evenings.
)120

GENERAL alterations and
Tailormade button holes.

remodeling.
Ph. 2-6673.
)40P

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SINGLE breasted tuxedo for sale. Size
38. 20. 2-0805. )123
TABLE MODEL RADIO-$12. 3 speed
deluxe manual phonograph-$35. Call
Russ 3-1841, 4 to 6 p.m. )122
NEW TUX-Size 40. $45. 3617 Taylor,
SQ ext. 194. )124
MEN'S Raccoon Coat. In superb condi-
tion, large size. Phone 3-4707. )127
FOR SALE-Mouton Coat. Three piece
gabardine suit Cashmere sweaters.
Size 12-13. Call 3-8449 after 6 p.m.
)126
REMINGTON Standard Typewriter -
Good condition, reasonable price. Call
2-3016. )128
USED TYPEWRITER for sale cheap.
Phone 7590. )129
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CERTAIN SECRETS concerning the fateful
voyagp of the Mayflower were locked in his-
toric archives for many long years. Now, on
the basis of the most painstaking research,
M-G-M presents the unknown drama of those
lusty adventurers who shared the perils and
passions of the "Plymouth Adventure"!

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Coming
Saturday

THE BEST-SELLER was a Literary Guild
selection and an immediate success. Few
stories have ever been so eagerly sought afterbyGs f
by Hollywood. M-G-M was selected for the
privilege of bringing it to the screen because
of its proud record of having produced "Quo
Vadis" and "Ivanhoe"!
FOR REALISM in transposing "Plymouth
Adventure" to the giant screen, a full-scale \
replica of the Mayflower was constructed from
plans in American and British museums. It
required 4200 feet of canvas, 2000 fathoms of
rope rigging, months spent in design and con-
struction, to reproduce with absolute authen-
ticity this famous ship of destiny!
THE DRAMATIC VOYAGE depicted in
"Plymouth Adventure" actually re-lives the -!J f, 4
original journey. It took the 135 men and
women on the Mayflower 96 days to make the y .
crossing to America. The same number of
players spent almost exactly that time together
. remaining on the sets even when not in
front of the camera ... so as to capture the
mood and spirit of the great sea adventure! -

MICGAN~
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TODAY

Also Saturday and Sunday

IN ANN ARBOR
... it's the V.F.W. Club for
DANCING
Friday and Saturday Nites

VIMaw

Members
and Guests
314 E. Liberty St.
Ph. 2-3972

AN INSPIRED CAST of players and more
than 1200 artisans of 276 different arts and
skills combined their talents to bring "Plym-
outh Adventure" to thrilling life. Among the
stars seen in famous roles are Spencer Tracy
as Captain Jones, Gene Tierney as Dorothy
.Bradford, Van Johnson as John Alden and
Leo Genn (of "Quo Vadis" fame) as William
Bradford.

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Vocalist
HALL RENTALS & BANQUETS

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